Tens of thousands marched in Madrid on Saturday in the biggest show of support yet for Spanish anti-austerity party Podemos ahead of elections.» Read More
The Russian rouble weakened to more than 50 to the U.S. dollar in late Friday trade
The decision by the OPEC to keep production at current levels in spite of falling oil prices means trouble for the Russian economy, analysts warn.
ECB Executive Board member Sabine Lautenschlaeger said on Saturday she saw little room for further easing of monetary policy.
Pfizer's attempt to take over AstraZeneca through a $110 billion bid would have run aground on changes to U.S. tax laws, even if the companies had reached a deal.
Dennis Gartman has questioned whether the Dutch repatriation of their gold reserves will damage the U.S.'s reputation.
Some 25 years after the fall of communism, Prague has become a favorite shopping destination of Russian and Chinese rich.
Euro zone inflation fell again in November amid expectations that the European Central Bank (ECB) could try to bolster the region's economy by announcing further stimulus measures.
With Switzerland edging toward an important referendum on its gold holdings, high-profile critics and advocates have added their voices to the argument.
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron has placed the blame for the sustained weakness in his country's economy with previous administrations.
Britain's membership of the EU is contingent upon it being allowed to stop migrants tapping into its welfare system, Prime Minister David Cameron will warn Friday.
An experimental Ebola vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline caused no serious side effects, scientists reported on Wednesday.
Credit Suisse has reached a confidential settlement with Assured Guaranty.
Euronext said on Thursday its cash and derivatives market indices were not trading due to a technical incident, and that the opening was delayed until further notice.
European lawmakers approved separating Google's search engine from its other commercial activities on Thursday.
Europe's recovery faces three risks – unemployment and a lack of productivity and structural reforms, according to the European Central Bank's President, Mario Draghi.
Bond yields across Europe continued to slide Thursday as weak inflation data boosted hopes of a full-blown sovereign bond-buying program.
Heavily indebted Spanish construction company FCC has announced a refinancing deal with company owned by Carlos Slim.
Vincent Tchenguiz has filed a $3.5 billion lawsuit against accountancy firm Grant Thornton, Icelandic bank Kaupthing and three individuals.
French and German economists proposed a package of reforms and investment initiatives to revive growth in their economies.
The UK's political parties struck a deal to grant Scotland greater autonomy to satisfy disappointed separatists who lost the independence vote.
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